My father, always; Death, take me; Mound of Flowers

By BlackHoleSol, in 'Fantasy & Sci Fi Projects', Apr 23, 2018.

  1. BlackHoleSol New Member


    I am seeking help for three translations for my book. These are,

    1. "My father, always"
    2. "Death, take me"
    3. "Mound of Flowers"
    Only the second is dialogue which is spoken by a man, and it's in the context of take his soul. The first is a phrase chiseled on a marble sculpture's pedestal (which, if this helps at all, it's the father of an individual who identifies as neither a man nor woman)) while the third is the name of an ancient settlement, which was literally founded on a mound (like a small hill) of flowers. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  2. Pacifica grammaticissima

    • Civis Illustris

    1. Pater meus semper.
    2. Mors, aufer me.
    3. Tumulus Florum.
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  3. BlackHoleSol New Member

    Thank you so much! It is appreciated.:)

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